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In no particular order... the digest (as far as we can remember) of books that the Park Slope Ladies' Book Club (name pending) has read over the past 6.5 years.

In no particular order... the digest (as far as we can remember) of books that the Park Slope Ladies' Book Club (name pending) has read over the past 6.5 years.

A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman. You will love or hate this book. This was a deceptively simple story about a miserable, quirky 59 year old man named Ove.Monique. Check it out: http://encore.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1230176__Sa%20man%20called%20ove__Orightresult__X5?lang=eng&suite=cobalt

A man called Ove by Fredrik Backman. You will love or hate this book. This was a deceptively simple story about a miserable, quirky 59 year old man named Ove.Monique. Check it out: http://encore.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1230176__Sa%20man%20called%20ove__Orightresult__X5?lang=eng&suite=cobalt

Fascinating story of a serial murderer, the beginning of psychiatry, and the early beginnings of forensic science. don't miss it. "Alienist" was the term given to doctors who worked with the mentally ill. The prevailing theory in the 19th century was that the mentally ill were "alienated" from the world around them, and hence the name.

Fascinating story of a serial murderer, the beginning of psychiatry, and the early beginnings of forensic science. don't miss it. "Alienist" was the term given to doctors who worked with the mentally ill. The prevailing theory in the 19th century was that the mentally ill were "alienated" from the world around them, and hence the name.

The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood. Dystopia at its most frightening.

The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood. Dystopia at its most frightening.

Inspired by a period of several weeks in 1943, when the people of Denmark smuggled nearly 7,000 Jews out of the country, this historical novel is a sensitive and appropriate introduction to the Holocaust for young readers. Ages 9 and up.

The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf: 100 Must-Reads For Kids 9-14

Inspired by a period of several weeks in 1943, when the people of Denmark smuggled nearly 7,000 Jews out of the country, this historical novel is a sensitive and appropriate introduction to the Holocaust for young readers. Ages 9 and up.

Could NOT put this book down! A whole new look at what other horrible crimes the Nazi's commited against others that were not even Jewish.

Could NOT put this book down! A whole new look at what other horrible crimes the Nazi's commited against others that were not even Jewish.

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11 Required Reading Books You Should Re-Read Now That You're Older

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